Archive | March, 2015

BREAKING: Ninth Circuit Orders En Banc Rehearing in Peruta v. San Diego CCW Lawsuit.

Posted on March 26, 2015 in FPC Blog In an order released moments ago, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has ordered an en banc rehearing in the landmark right-to-carry cases Peruta v. San Diego and Richards v. Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto. From the filed orders: THOMAS, Chief Judge: Upon the vote of a […]

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Gun Owners of California Second Amendment Celebration dinner. Join us!

No one can deny that we are in a fierce battle for our gun rights, especially here in Krazyfornia! Not everyone has the extra time to help fight the battle, but everyone can help fund those that do have the time! And the battle can get quite expensive. I want to ask all of you […]

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Robber Assaults 84-Year-Old Man, Heads Towards His Wife — Satisfying Video Shows the Next Moments.

Mar. 19 Jason Howerton “A robber in Tulsa, Oklahoma, became the latest criminal to learn how dangerous it is to put a man’s wife in danger. Doug Jandebeur, 84, was getting into his truck parked outside of his Tulsa business on Monday night when he was approached by a robbery suspect. His wife was over […]

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Drink beer and save lives!

Drink beer and save lives! My favorite watering hole BNS Brewing & Distilling in Santee, CA has just released a limited production run of a new IPA. They named it “Enforcer”. It is named after a local business called Enforcer Equipment owned by a very good friend of mine Adam Serr. Adam is generously donating […]

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The NYPD is trying a more precise gunshot detection system.

by Andrew Tarantola “Zeroing in on the precise source of gunfire is next to impossible in densely packed cities like New York City. Shots reverberate off of building facades, obscuring the shooter’s location and costing law enforcement precious response time. But with a newly installed gunshot detection system, the NYPD will know exactly where those […]

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The Conversation That Made Veteran Cop Change His Views on Concealed Carry: ‘They Schooled Me’

Mar. 16, 2015 7:22pm Jason Howerton “Speaking before the Maryland Senate last week, a retired Maryland State Police officer and former commander of the Maryland State Police Licensing Division admitted that he once thought the prospect of many residents having concealed carry permits was “scary.” However, as he educated himself about gun owners, his opinion […]

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Instructor Corner: Trigger Control

by Jamie Meyer Shoot Like A Girl Pro Staff & Firearms Instructor. Owner of Oklahoma Gun Training www.oklahomaguntraining.com NRA Certified Pistol, Rifle, Shotgun, RTBAV and Oklahoma Conceal/Open Carry Instructor. “Trigger Control is one of the fundamentals in learning how to shoot handguns. It’s very important that you learn to press the trigger straight back without […]

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ATF raises new concerns about AR-15 ammo.

By Paul Bedard “The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives on Thursday raised new concerns about surplus military ammo used in popular AR-15 rifles and pistols just days after pulling back on a proposal to ban the ammo because it could threaten police safety. In a Senate Appropriations Committee hearing, ATF Director B. Todd […]

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Drink beer and save lives!

Drink beer and save lives! My favorite watering hole BNS Brewing & Distilling in Santee, CA has just released a limited production run of a new IPA. They named it “Enforcer”. It is named after a local business called Enforcer Equipment owned by a very good friend of mine Adam Serr. Adam is generously donating […]

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There is Imminent news for CCW Permits in California!

There is imminent news for CCW permits in San Diego and California! Very, very soon we will be getting news from the 9th Circuit Court. Get the news right here on this news site www.TheShootersHangout.com There is only one way to be the first to get the news- scroll to the bottom of the page […]

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